Physical and Sexual Abuse

On Monday June 2, 2014 a 22 year-old female Brockville resident attended to the Brockville Police Service and reported a series of incidents of physical and sexual abuse since 2005 when she was a high school student at St. Mary High School in Brockville and continued until recently. Detectives interviewed this victim at length about the allegations and as a result commenced an investigation learning incidents occurred at school, during field trips, via text messages and over various social networking sites on the internet.

The inquiries resulted in detectives executing a search warrant at the accused

Criminal Harassment

On the 22nd of May, 2014, the Brockville Police Service was contacted by Brant County OPP in relation to a 21 year-old female victim residing in their jurisdiction who had attended to their detachment and advised she was being harassed via text message and over the internet, and the suspect was believed to reside in Brockville. They had conducted some follow up investigation which corroborated the victim


On June 3, 2014 shortly before 9:00 p.m. Brockville Police were called to a Kensington Parkway apartment complex to investigate a disturbance complaint. Police learned that a young couple had been yelling and screaming at each other disturbing the residents of the complex. Even as police intervened the female party continued to yell. The female youth from Brockville was arrested to prevent a further breach of the peace. She was held in custody until cooler heads prevailed and released with no charges.

5 Year Old Returned Safely

On 31 May 2014 at approximately 2:00 p.m. the Brockville Police Service received a call regarding a five year old boy who had been seen in the area of Central Av and Ferguson Dr running in and out of the busy roadway. Witnesses described the boy as appearing confused and panicked. A local resident attempted to assist the boy, but he continued to run randomly about and would not respond to the man.

Within minutes officers were in the area and were able to assist the five year old on Ferguson Dr. His identity was determined and he was quickly and safely returned to his family. The boy was being looked after by a family member who’s attention was briefly elsewhere when the boy left the house and yard on his own.

Breach of Bail Conditions

On May 28, 2014 at 9:57 p.m. Brockville Police were notified of a drunken male subject wandering around the backyard of a Byng Avenue residence. By the time police arrived the suspect male had made his way into the garage. Officers confirmed that suspect was extremely intoxicated by alcohol and was on several court orders with conditions related to alcohol and keeping the peace. Police arrested the 62 year old Brockville man and lodged him in cells awaiting his bail hearing on May 29, 2014. The charges were breach of a peace bond, breach of a recognizance and breach of probation.

Stolen Vehicle

Brockville Police are investigating the theft of a motor vehicle sometime after 7:30 p.m. on May 26, 2014. The complainant explained that he had parked his vehicle at that time in its assigned area at 44Central Avenue. It was not until the next morning that he realized the vehicle was missing and contacted police. The vehicle is described as a 2002 Kia Spectra, silver in colour bearing Ontario licence plate #ASJH706.

Brockville Police learned that the same vehicle is the subject of a gas run off theft in Gananoque at about 1:03 a.m. A lone male suspect was caught on video in Gananoque. He is described as 5

Community Service

While on general patrol shortly after midnight on May 27, 2014 a Brockville Police officer noted a young lady on Stewart Boulevard near Front Avenue. She was swaying and appeared to be in danger of falling down. The officer stopped to check on her well being and discovered that she was extremely intoxicated by alcohol. While dealing with her she fell against the police cruiser however the officer was able to take her into custody for her own safety. The 20 year old Elizabethtown-Kitley resident was lodged in the cells until sober and released with a ticket for public intoxication.

Aggressive Salespersons

The Brockville Police Service has been receiving reports of aggressive salespersons operating in the Brockville area recently and is urging citizens to be cautious and to ask questions.

In the first incident, a caller posing as a security officer for Microsoft contacted a local resident saying that her virus protection was out of date. She was asked for a credit card number and then asked to go to her computer and perform several steps, while they were on the phone, to update this security system. The caller was in fact not from Microsoft and was disabling the victim

Search Warrant – Broadway Ave.

Last evening at approximately 730pm members of the Brockville Police Service conducted a Criminal Code Search Warrant at a residence on Broadway Ave. During a search of the residence officers recovered a number of items from recent reported thefts in the Brockville area.

As a result of the warrant the adult female and adult male residents were charged with possession of stolen property. In addition the female was further charged with possession of a controlled substance under the Controlled Drugs and Substances Act.

Both were released from custody on a Promise to Appear with a court date of June 20th at Brockville Provincial Court.


On May 15, 2014 at about 9:40 a.m. a male subject drove to a Cartier Court address to pick up a female friend. At the same time another female approached the vehicle and tried to get into it however was refused. The females argued briefly ending with the unwanted female kicking the other lady several times. The parties were separated temporarily however met again. The female suspect continued her bizarre behavior by punching and kicking the male subject